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Welcome from Gail at Soggy Rabbit

 

Using traditional dipping pen, I work from your photo to capture the character of your toy. Hand coloured, and finished with a title of your choice.

As a welcoming and inclusive establishment, here at Soggy Rabbit we love toys of all colours, ages and conditions.

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Quality and quantity 

See a selection of the hundreds of toys that have had the Soggy Rabbit treatment. Totally original, personalised gifts for birthdays, celebrations, and family bonds (their toys snuggled together)

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the Story of soggy rabbit

Every picture is hand drawn by British artist Gail Reid. I pride myself in using traditional portraiture techniques to accurately capture the likeness and character of your toy in a lively drawing

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order online

The easy ordering process includes a choice of sizes, and optional framing. Capturing the nostalgic beauty of toys that are loved for a lifetime - we are always happy to discuss personalised embellishments                                     

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giftwrap included

Your picture can be beautifully wrapped at no extra charge. During the ordering process you can specify a message to be handwritten on the gift label. We can even send the parcel directly to the receiver

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We use your photo

We value that chewed ear, that missing button! Simply order online and email us your photo. Then sit back and wait for your portrait to arrive in the post.   

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Popups

Children love to arrange their cuddly toys for the portrait, and help decide the title. Sometimes Gail does Popup stalls, taking bookings for you to come and watch your toy being drawn

As seen in British Vogue "Tiny Trendsetters"

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Lost toys

This beautiful bunny was found near the Soggy Rabbit warren in Bristol. Despite our efforts, Bunny hasn't been claimed, so we are giving him/her a home for now.

We occasionally have orders to draw lost toys, using old photos or catalogue images.

There's no substitute for the feel (and smell!) of a well loved toy, but a picture can sometimes fill the gap.

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